This is causing a lot of grumbling among immigration patriots:
It shouldn’t. Congress is an amnesty killing field. The bipartisan swamp attempted it in 2007. Middle America grabbed the pitchforks, surrounded the palaces of their congressional Cloud People, and demanded the McCain-Kennedy be destroyed. It was.
The bipartisan swamp made another major attempt in 2013, when Marco Rubio partnered with bosom buddies McCain (viva la brain cancer), Graham (viva la physiognomy), and Jeff Flake (viva la Kelli Ward) and four Democrats to bring amnesty back to life. Middle America went for the pitchforks again, and the resurrection attempt was snuffed out.
There have been other congressional amnesty attempts over the last couple of decades that have garnered less attention–because they didn’t make it as far–while meeting similar fates.
Trump is taunting his bipartisan congressional opposition here. He’s daring them to express their true intentions with the 2018 mid-terms looming. And he’s framing the issue in a way that puts the concerns and well-being of American citizens first:
He’s setting a trap for the swamp dwellers to walk into. It’s not 4D chess, it’s checkers. He’s playing it well.
This is our cue to act. Ping your congress critters. Find your house member here and your senators here. It only takes a couple minutes. Their aids tally the “fors” and “againsts”. Make your opposition known. Don’t overthink it. Feel free to cut and paste the following that I sent to my trio:
DACA is an unconstitutional executive action enacted against the will of the American public and without the consent of our elected representatives. It should never have taken effect and should never go back into effect again.
Illegal aliens must not be rewarded for violating the laws of the land, whether they’re sixteen or sixty years old. We have our own problems to deal with. We do not need to be creating more. America first!
The only thing necessary for the triumph of demographic replacement to prevail is for good people to do nothing. Act!